Tentative Agreement Follows Acrimonious Battle
Rocklin, CA- Rocklin Unified School District and the Roseville Teachers Professional Association announced a contract agreement yesterday. The tentative deal would mark the end of a heated and contentious contract negotiations.
According the the RTPA post on social media, “The settlement negotiated 2017/2018 is a 1.95% increase to the salary schedules and extra duty stipends, such as sports, retro to July 2017 and $20 (2.5% increase) on the benefits cap retro to July 2017. Reaching this agreement could not have been done without the unity and support of our members and community.” The post cited community support as an important factor in helping resolve negotiations. (Negotiations on 2018/2019 are ongoing.)
Following the agreement, Rocklin Unified School District issued the following statement via their website.
The Rocklin Unified School District (RUSD) and Rocklin Teachers Professional
Association (RTPA) met on Tuesday, September 11, 2018. We are pleased to report, a
tentative salary agreement has been reached for 2017-2018 which means that a strike
has been averted for the 2017-18 negotiations.
The parties agreed to:
• 1.95% increase across all salary schedules and stipends in the contract
• $20/month increase on the health benefit cap
We continue to negotiate with RTPA and are committed to reaching a fair agreement for
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